PIMS Announces PIMS-Europe Student Mobility Program

  • Date: 11/16/2018

PIMS-Europe Student Mobility Program - FRANCE to CANADA

 

PIMS is pleased to offer a new program, in partnership with Mitacs and leveraging Mitacs Globalink, to support visits by students from France to carry out research at PIMS member universities. This award provides $6000 (CAD) for senior undergraduate and graduate students from France to conduct 12-24 week research projects at PIMS member universities. This program is offered under the umbrella of PIMS-Europe, CNRS Unité Mixte Internationale #3069. Applications are accepted any time, awarded competitively, and subject to available funding.

 

 

Eligibility requirements for prospective students:

 

  • Must be registered for full-time studies at an eligible university or institution and remain so throughout their Globalink Research Award; Undergraduate applicants must have completed their second year of studies prior to starting their project in Canada
  • Cannot undertake a research project at an institution where they have previously completed a degree and/or been employed
  • Must be above the legal age of Majority in Canada (18 years of age or older)
  • Must meet travel requirements for their intended destination, including visa and/or immigration requirements and associated documentation Cannot hold more than one Globalink Research Award per Academic lifetime

 

 

 

Eligibility requirements for prospective host supervising professors:

 

  • Must hold a faculty position at a Canadian university
  • Must be eligible to supervise graduate students and hold Tri-Council funding Supervising
  • Professors at the University of Washington should contact PIMS for further instructions

 

 

 

Eligibility requirements for prospective home supervising professors:

 

  • Must be recognized faculty members at their institutions
  • Must be eligible to supervise graduate students

 

 

For the complete program guide and access to the application package, please email deputy-director@pims.math.ca

 

 

 

PIMS-Europe Student Mobility Program - CANADA to FRANCE

 

PIMS is pleased to offer a new program, in partnership with Mitacs and leveraging Mitacs Globalink, to support visits by students from PIMS member universities to carry out research in France. This award provides $6000 (CAD) for senior undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in Canada to conduct 12-24 week research projects at universities in France. This program is offered under the umbrella of PIMS-Europe, CNRS Unité Mixte Internationale #3069.  Applications are accepted any time, awarded competitively, and subject to available funding. 

 

 

Students and Postdocs

 

  • Must be registered as full-time senior undergraduates, graduate students, or postdoctoral fellows at a PIMS member university and remain so throughout their Globalink Research Award.  Postdoctoral fellows may apply if their date of graduation from a PhD program is no more than 5 years before the proposed start date of the research project. Undergraduate applicants must have completed their second year of studies prior to departure and maintain a B average in their two most recent semesters
  • Cannot undertake a research project at an institution where they have previously completed a degree
  • Cannot undertake a research project in a country where they hold citizenship (unless they are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada).
  • Must be above the legal age of majority in Canada (18 years of age or older)
  • Must meet the travel requirements for their intended destination, including visa and/or immigration requirements and associated documentation
  • Cannot hold more than one Globalink Research Award per academic lifetime
  • Cannot have previously held a Mitacs-JSPS Summer Program award

 

 

Home supervising professors

 

  • Must hold a faculty position at a PIMS member University
  • Must be eligible to hold Tri-Council funding and to supervise graduate students 
  • Supervising Professors at the University of Washington should contact PIMS for further instructions
 
 
Host supervising professors
  • Must be recognized faculty members at their institutions
  • Must be eligible to host graduate students

 

 

For more information and application forms, please email deputy-director@pims.math.ca